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Old 22nd December 2006, 12:19 AM
ankursaxena Offline
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Whats the deal with the Kernal with xen @ the end? Whats the diff

Hi, I am trying to figure out whats the difference between the kernels which do have the Xen suffixed and the ones that dont?

I am trying to install the ipw3945 and i just cant make it work, I tried to download the src files and compile them, they dont work and somewhere i read something about xen which i cant remember.

Can someone please clarify this.

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Old 23rd December 2006, 10:23 PM
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xen kernels are Xen virtualization enabled.

You would have to know this to set it up, so you probably don't need the xen kernel.
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